Add some pizzazz to your homemade pizza
What’s better than a beer and a slice? Answer: a beer in your slice. The only issue we have with this otherwise awesome Coors-refined crust recipe is the fact that the author uses light beer. (What’s with the diet stuff, chef? If you’re going to do it? Do it.) Related: Find out all the dish your pizza guy won’t tell you.
Go hunting for slugs
It turns out the slimy banes of every gardener’s existence are also incorrigible drunks! To rid your garden of slugs, first bury a plastic cup full up of brew, up to its rim, near your prized azaleas. Then note with morbid amusement at how these shell-less terrestrial gastropod mollusks are irresistibly drawn to said Bud and subsequently drown in their vice as a result. Find out how to get rid of other garden pests naturally.
Clean your copper
Beer is surprisingly good at clearing up copper. Douse your pots or pan in a lager for five to 10 minutes and then use a cloth to remove said stains. When you think about it? A can of cheap domestic is more affordable than any cleaning agent at Williams-Sonoma.